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. >>> welcome to "hannity." tonight, new evidence is emerging that a top official with the irs used a personal e-mail account to cover her tracks while the embattled tax agency targeted conservatives. this bombshell was revealed in a letter from the chairman of the house oversight committee to lois lerner. she pled the fifth. remains on paid administrative leave. according to congressman darrell issa, "we have learned that you sent documents related to your official duties from your official irs e-mail account to an msn.com e-mail account labeled lois home. the label goes on to read "we write to request documents related to your official duties that are house in non-official e-mail accounts." in other words, ms. lerner needs to take a break from her taxpayer funded vacation, hand over all of the e-mails that she's been hiding from congressional investigators and she needs to do so no later than 5:00 p.m. on august 27th. joining me now with reaction is the man who has been leading this important investigation from the get-go, chairman of the house oversight committee, congressman darrell issa. go
are definitely looking at it. vi . >>> welcome to "hannity." tonight we are looking at late breaking developments as we are a day closer to a potential show down with syria. a few hours ago, president obama sat down for an interview with pbs news hour and said he has not made a decision on syria. let's watch. >> again, i have not made a decision. i think it is important that if, in fact, we make a choice to have repercussions for the use of chemical weapons then the assad regime which is involved in a civil uh war, trying to protect itself, will have received a pretty strong signal that, in fact, it better not do it again. and that doesn't solve all the problems inside of syria. you know, it obviously doesn't end the death of innocent sieve yan -- civilians inside syria. we hope political transition can take place. we are prepared to work with anybody -- the russians and others -- to try to bring the parties together to resolve the conflict. but we want the assad regime to understand that by using chemical weapons on a large scale against their own people, against women, against infants, against
to believe you would love it 239 debates in 2016 featured limbaugh, beck and hannity as the sole interrogators. >> look, this is -- i don't understand what they're doing strategically, but man am i glad they're doing it. this is a party that has pledged and said that it needs to expandity reach. but if you look at every single group that they -- that they lost so badly with in 2012, they keep poking them in the eye. and i think what's really going on here, i'm not inside reince priebus's head, but i think what's going on here is two things. one, this is great for their i think short-term fund-raising. there's a few things thank conservative activists like more than to beat up on the liberal media. >> plays well for the base. >> but it also limits debates. and by putting them on with rush limbaugh and sean hannity as the hosts, i actually think what they're doing is creating more opportunity for them to highlight some of the more fringe positions of the party which is not really what they ought to be doing. >> i thought that the autopsy made a lot of sense and one of the things, i
. >>> welcome to "hannity." he's a tea party favorite who many conservatives would like to see run for the white house come 2016 and with that comes extra str scrutiny but ted cruz is standing up to critics. late last week the texas senator, ted cruz, released his birth certificate to the paper. born in canada to an american mother, he became an instant u.s. citizen but end canadian law he's a citizen of that country the moment he was born. many say the cruz camp has put this so-called controversy to rest. the paper goes on to point out that the constitution does not address the issue of dual citizenship when it comes to running for the presidency. joining me now is connie mack and steve murphy. are you a left wing birther? >> he was born in canada. we know that. he's a canadian citizen but he's also an american citizen so i think he's eligible to run for president. his problem isn't he's from canada. it's that he's from mars. >> all right. all right. save your cheap left wing political hack attack for later. we'll get to that later. do you see any issue here? it seems to me the left is flirting
to what he said to his friend sean hannity. listen to what he said to his friend sean hannity. i mean, it would be unhealthy. it was unhealthy to have all that exposure for our candidates. yeah, it was because you had a bunch of crackpots running for president and they did wound themselves every time they got out there. there were enough debates for perry to forget which agencies he was going to abolish in the federal government. right? so, yeah, i can see from his perspective, you want to go to the friendly confines of fox news. you want to have loving moderators like a sean hannity. you want to tell your story there. the problem is that that did not work in 2012. in fact, living in the friendly confines of fox news made those republicans think they were going to win, that they could beat barack obama, that he wasn't a popular president. >> let's go back to reality, joan, with this. as your point is made, there's a long tradition ofnous anchors moderating debates. i moderated the republican debate at the reagan library last election, 2008. >> right. >> despite that history, reince pr
for it, and if they're really phenomenal, i've known many, many customers who will pay 20%, 25%. hannity pays up to 10%? but i'm saying that they -- people will reward those who take the extra step. i'm kidding about hannity. >> i think that's the prerogative. the wait staff was faction at the international house of pancakes. >> have you ever had such attitude in your life in france. >> that's just a cultural issue. japan has done it, many countries in europe have done it, including france and the uk. >> neil: see how it works out. it's a trend starting to pick up. if you're not into math, this is the way to go. >>> you see the guy in the video? focus on him and what he is singing and try hard not to look at the babe dancing. i have a big surprise and robin fix got an even bigger surprise. [ phil ] when you have joint pain and stiffness... accomplishing even little things can become major victories. i'm phil mickelson, pro golfer. when i was diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis, my rheumatologist prescribed enbrel for my pain and stiffness, and to help stop joint damage. [ male announcer ]
together with my buddy sean hannity, and mark levin, and we interview some of the candidates. the bay i think would like that. >> listen, i actually think that's a very good idea. >> here's the irony. he led a massive gop autopsy to figure out why they got crushed in the last election. the results, the party needs to, quote, learn to appeal to more people. this is how you do it? by shutting out news outlets and retremendousing for a your fox news echo chamber michael steele was chairman of the rnc before priebus. joan walsh action and both are msnbc political analysts. michael, if this were still the steele administration, would you be pursuing this path? >> yeah, some form of it, to be honest. >> why? >> but will et me break it down for you. i wouldn't be pursuing it now, because there's no body of evidence to prove your point, so there's nothing beyond the base to rally the american people and those in the media who, like chuck todd and others, would say, yeah, this does not smell necessarily correct. to do it now sort of goes to your point about the trifecta, and i think it does set
for moderators in 2016 rush limbaugh, sean hannity and mark levin, which to me -- which to democrats seems like a great idea. if you thought had party had been pushed to the extreme, just wait until rush limbaugh is moderating the conversation. >> insanity. in one very narrow sense, i feel a little sympathy for reince priebus. the party chair is not the ideological chief of the party. you know this very well. you worked for howard dean. the party chair is supposed to do what, raise money, right? that's basically -- >> win. >> and win. that's basically what the party chair is supposed to do. so he's like the burser in an insane asylum so in that sense i feel a little sorry for him. if they follow through on these things, it's complete insanity, completely undemocratic. to bar nbc and cnn because of something that nbc's entertainment division is doing and to bar the news division and to rely only on fox -- >> which is, incidentally, producing the hillary clinton biopic or whatever it is. >> by the way, i'm pretty sure if anybody thought a piece on mitt romney would sell advertising on cnn or nbc,
barbs with the republicans. rand paul was on "hannity" and talking about the election. >> we need to grow. we need to be more inclusive. black people, brown people, white people, with tattoos, with ties, without ties. we need a range of people in order to get the republican party bigger. we need working-class people. not just business class. charles: tp news. com director with us. she will tell us if young libertarians, up for grabs? will they swing to the left? you wrote a piece in down hall, could today's libertarian be tomorrow's liberal? >> exactly. i think that is the question we need to be asking. what is the true definition of the parties whether republican, democrat or libertarian. thanks to the recent scandals we have on and on people are very disenfran chase choiced. instead of i give up, take the government out. those people are very, very much falling for this libertarian line. charles: so you're saying young people are falling for it? in other words, they're being duped somehow. >> i don't know about duped. i think they're becoming very much single issue voters. whet
, it may be helpful. we'll see. hannity is not convinced. this is the exchange last night on his show. >> this is a very salem day and we're -- a very solemn day and we're supposed to remember the victims, their families, children that lost parents that never saw them again and you want to turn this into a day about anti-islamic bigotry? >> not really. we muslims, we denounce terrorism and we understand with the solidarity denouncing that -- >> that is not what your statement says at all. >>brian: should that da be about the muslim community or should that day be about all those americans who lost their lives, whether you were in the planes that hit the buildings, the pentagon or night 93, or should it be about the million muslim march? either way it's going to be a story. straight ahead, he's the worst boss ever. this guy caught drugging his kphraoe's drink? -- employees drink. >>tucker: a billionaire betting on our economy to fail. what does that mean? charles payne on deck to explain. ♪ ♪ ♪ our most fabulous jacket collection. only at chico's and chicos.com. because all these
hannity last night? >> the fact is, you've got two networks that are potentially spending millions of dollars promoting a person that they know is at least doing the dance and getting ready for a run for president and i think it's about time that our party stands up and protects the party and our candidates from networks that are not in the business of promoting our party. they're not in the business of promoting our candidate. they're not in the business of doing anything but promoting the democratic party. and i'm not going to sit around and watch this happen anymore. >> steve: he also said that nbc and cnn were hillary clinton campaign operatives. them's fighting words. let's see what happens. >> gretchen: let's talk about the privacy of your cell phone. because much has been made in the last couple of weeks and months about the nsa and listening or at least tracking your phone calls and your other information with regard to e-mails. so the question this morning is, how private is your cell phone? the supreme court may get to decide that question very, very soon. it's a good thi
blamed for the reason. you could be the reason. mark levin has a different reason. he joined sean hannity last night and talked about it. listen. >> these french republicans are always surrendering. the fact of the matter is, if they're not going to use the power of the purse to at least attack the discretionary funding, they're not going to use the power of the purse in the house to pass a continuing resolution that funds part of the government but not this part of the government, what's left? once this thing is instituted, it's not going to implode. i hear this, oh, the law is going to implode. have you ever heard of an imploding law? >> steve: no. but so far the act has seemed to have imploded on what was promised to all of us. >> brian: he's on the camp that says defund it, stop it, shut down the government. this is the very issue we're going to be debate not guilty a couple of weeks because everyone goes back to work and they got to get a budget passed. >> steve: let's see what happens. >> anna: here is what's coming up 20 minutes 'til the top of the hour. nidal hasan yelled allah ak
? >> yeah. as i said last night on sean hannity's show, look, you've got a potential situation where assad will be deposed and who will replace him? it may well be someone who has allied with ansar al-shariah, the very group that is responsible for orchestrating the benghazi terrorist attack which is -- we will be marking the first anniversary in less than a month. and the question is always going to be, is this intervention going to cause more harm than good? >> gretchen: yep. lots of moving pieces here. let's move on to the next dicey topic, which is obamacare. believe it or not, a new poll shows that 44% of americans are not even sure that it's actually the law of the land right now. so some people are asking whether or not they'll be surprised when the bill starts rolling in. here is that poll right there. obamacare confusion, 44% don't know if it's law. 31% unsure if it's law. 8% believe the law was repeeled. and 5% believe it was overturned by the supreme court. what does this say to you? >> well, can you blame the americans for the state of confusion about this? i mean, there are so
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